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HOW DO I INSTALL STABILIZER BUSHINGS IN A 2001 TOYOTA ECHO

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You need to remove the stabilizer bar and the hangers in the sub frame.Once you have the sway bar completely off you can remove the old bushings and then spray the bar with penetrating oil and put the new bushings in their place,where the old ones were.re bolt everything and you're done.

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  2. Remove the front side door trim panel.
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